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2005-01-26 Toshiba obtains power-efficient design using Synopsys Galaxy
Toshiba Corp. has achieved a 40 percent power reduction on its latest 90nm media embedded processor (MeP) system-on-chip (SoC) design using the Synopsys Inc.
2003-07-28 Toshiba obtains license to Honeywell LCD patents
Toshibahas licensed two Honeywell U.S. patents relating to LCDs.
2002-10-10 Toshiba obtains C-TPAT Customs Certification
Toshiba America Electronic Components Inc. has received the Customs Trade Partnership Against Terrorism certification from the U.S. Customs Service.
2004-01-20 Toshiba notebooks to feature SRS Labs technologies
Toshiba Corp.'s Digital Products Division (DPD) has licensed SRS Labs Inc.'s SRS WOW and SRS TruSurround XT audio enhancement technologies for its 2004 Satellite notebook product line.
2003-07-23 Toshiba notebook to be powered by Nvidia chip
Toshiba's Computer Systems Group has selected Nvidia Corp.'s GeForce FX Go5200 GPU for its latest Satellite P25-S607 notebook.
2007-10-18 Toshiba notebook line opens to both AMD, Intel dual-cores
Toshiba is bringing its Satellite lineup back into the commercial channel and will build a series of new laptops using AMD Turion 64 X2 or Athlon dual core chips, as well as systems using Intel Core2Duo.
2002-05-10 Toshiba NOR Flash compatibility guide
This application note provides NOR Flash compatibility information between Toshiba Corp.'s products and those of other major vendors with the same class of products, including AMD, Fujitsu and STMicroelectronics.
2003-05-05 Toshiba multimedia decoder suits HD apps
The TC81240TBG HD digital multimedia decoder from Toshiba Corp. features a 64-bit, 200MHz TX49 CPU for use in HD STBs and HDTVs.
2007-10-08 Toshiba mulls over 450mm fab, EUV litho
Aiming to maintain its edge in the IC market, Japan's Toshiba Corp. is exploring several new chip-production technologies, including 450-mm fabs and EUV lithography.
2005-08-24 Toshiba mulls 300mm expansion plan
Japan's Toshiba Corp. is considering a plan to spend around $4.2 billion to expand its 300mm wafer production by 150 percent in the 2008 time frame, according to reports.
2002-09-13 Toshiba MPEG-4 codec eyes mobile apps
The TC35280XB video codec LSI encodes and decodes MPEG-4 A/V in mobile system for digital broadcasting and videophones.
2003-11-11 Toshiba MOSFETs feature full isolation packaging
Toshiba Corp. has developed a family of medium- to high-voltage, power MOSFETs that allows high speed switching with faster turn-off time.
2002-12-06 Toshiba MOSFETs are 60 percent smaller
Toshiba Corp. has released a pair of power MOSFETs, which the company claims to be 60 percent thinner than current available devices.
2003-12-09 Toshiba module supports air data rates of up to 1Mbps
Toshiba America Electronic Components Inc. has announced the addition of a 2.4GHz RF transceiver module that can be used as an embedded reference design for the TB32301AFL radio transceiver.
2006-08-09 Toshiba mixes LBA to NAND flash memory
TAEC and Toshiba Corp. have brought logical block addressing (LBA) to NAND flash memory and is launching LBA-NAND.
2005-06-24 Toshiba MIPS-based microprocessor supports Cannon
The 64bit MIPS-based TX99/H4 RISC microprocessor from Toshiba Corp. has been utilized as the controller for Canon Inc.'s latest multi-function digital copiers, including the Color imageRUNNER iR C3170F.
2002-08-23 Toshiba microprocessor consumes 75mW
The TMP92CH21FG 32-bit microprocessor Toshiba Corp. achieves a power consumption of 75mW - claimed to be the industry's lowest.
2003-02-20 Toshiba microcontroller has 32KB of NAND Flash
The TMP86FM48 8-bit microcontroller from Toshiba Corp. combines the TLCS-870/C CPU core with 32KB of NAND-type Flash memory.
2003-10-08 Toshiba methanol fuel cell features 1W output
Toshiba Corp. has released a prototype of a compact, DMFC that the company claims opens the way to an alternative power source to recharge batteries.
2003-08-06 Toshiba memory cell technology eyes DRAM apps
Toshiba has developed what it claims to be the world's first memory cell technology for embedded DRAM system LSIs on SOI wafers.
2002-11-08 Toshiba memories incorporate Rambus solution
Toshiba Corp. has signed a licensing agreement to incorporate Rambus Inc.'s Yellowstone technology into its DRAM products.
2006-01-10 Toshiba media player integrates Freescale, Microsoft products
Toshiba has launched the gigabeat S Series, a line of hard disc drive digital video and audio players powered by mobile technology from Freescale and Microsoft.
2013-07-01 Toshiba MCU offers 1MB flash ROM, 258KB SRAM
The TMPM36BF10FG touts 2KB of backup memory and targets applications such as energy management systems, motor control equipment, communication devices, monitors, printers and POS terminals.
2006-09-08 Toshiba MCU core delivers faster processing, lower frequencies
The latest 8bit MCU core from Toshiba is said to be capable of processing one instruction cycle in a single clock cycle, enabling faster processing at lower frequencies.
2014-08-28 Toshiba MCU boosts motor control apps efficiency
The low-pin count device is intended for motor control applications in equipment such as MFPs and printers, consumer electronics, digital equipment and factory automation equipment.
2004-06-28 Toshiba matchbox-sized fuel cells suit mobile phones
Toshiba has developed a matchbox-sized direct methanol fuel cell (DMFC) with no moving parts.
2003-10-10 Toshiba manufactures silicon based on X-Architecture
Toshiba Corp. has announced that they have produced the first functional silicon for the X Architecture - a semiconductor supply-chain consortium.
2002-07-25 Toshiba LSI suits HDD-equipped consumer devices
The TC86C001FG LSI integrates support for PCI, ATA, ATAPI, USB host, USB device, and I?C controllers to simplify the design of consumer products equipped with HDDs.
2008-05-13 Toshiba loses luster
Toshiba's digital products, including disk drives, cellphones and TVs, are low margin or in the red. Even its nuclear power business is failing to fuel anticipated growth.
2002-04-23 Toshiba logic ICs extend operating voltage to 1.2V
Designed to extend the battery life of portable devices, Toshiba Corp. has announced that its VCX logic family will be supporting operating voltages down to 1.2V, making them the first member of the Low Voltage Logic Alliance (LVLA) to offer a voltage range of 1.2V to 3.6V for logic devices, while maintaining the specifications set by the LVLA.
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